|Jenny Nobles (#48260276)|
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|Joe Sasnett||RE: Lowney Carroll|
Jenny, I was glad to get your message.
As I understand it, after Aunt Ernestine died, Muriel's daughters, Carrie and Sissie went to her house to clean it out and discovered all the old photos that were still there. They took them to Muriels and spent some time with her writing the names on the back of the pictures (as Muriel was the only one living who could still identify who was in the pictures). Their intention was to distribute copies to the family but it never happened.
Send me your email address and I will send you all of Carrie's contact information. I do not want to post it on FindAGrave.
I knew very little about Max's family..only that he had some children and that he was a troubled soul who was dearly loved by his Granny and his Aunt's.
Bobbie's sister, Ola Mae, did not die at childbirth, she was about 12 years old when she died.
Also all the children that Granny Carrol had with her second husband, Alvin Carmel Carroll (my grandfather) were her biological children.
My Aunt Muriel was by far my most favorite Aunt. She was a remarkable woman in so many ways. I loved spending time with her and still miss her.
Until I hear from you again, stay safe and have a Merry Christmas.
|Joe Sasnett||RE: Lowney Carroll|
I have gone to the Find a Grave memorial for my grandmother, Lowney Carroll, and added some more information. You might want to check it out.
You must be Max Noble's daughter. Of the three Nobles brothers, I remember Adrian the best because we visited him many times when he lived in Pensacola. Max however was, I think, my mother's favorite. She always talked about him. I barely remember Jerry, as he died when I was still quite young.
I do remember that Jerry came to live with my grandmother after Bobbie died. I don't know who raised Max and Adrian.
My grandmothers first husband, Herbert Clayton Couey, died in 1921 when they were living in Butler County Alabama. Granny told me that she was 13 years old when she got married the first time. After Herbert's death, she (Lowney) moved to Florala Alabama (Covington County) to be near her mother & father. I have searched for Herbert's grave in Butler County myself but have been unable to find it. There are a lot of Couey's in Butler County.
At one time I had a photo of Bobbie Nobles but I seem to have lost it over the years....I can not find it in any of my old pictures. It was among the things that I inherited from my mother at her death.
After Granny died all her pictures were inherited by my Aunt Ernestine, who never married and stayed with Granny until her death.
When Ernestine died all her possessions were inherited by my Aunt Muriel's children. She had three children all of whom were adopted. I have been in contact with Carey, the oldest, and have asked her to share some copies of those pictures with the rest of the family but she hasn't done so. I can't imagine why she is being so selfish. I'm just afraid that she might throw them away as she is not related by blood to anyone in those pictures.
|Anita K. Ellis||Herbert|
Jenny, his grave may be unmarked. I will check next
time I am in Florala. Thanks, Anita
|Anita K. Ellis||Co|
Welcome to find a grave.
I'm sorry but I have no idea who you are talking about. If it is a memorial that I created, clik on the edit at top right of the page. Then place comment in the box and then send. When you do this it will have the memorial attached to the comment and I can then add correction ect. to it.
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